Monday Mar 3
Paralympic skier benefiting from coaching talents of Sudbury's Patti Kitlar
Before every big competition, Canadian Paralympian Margarita Gorbounova turns to Sudbury paranordic ski coach Patti Kitlar to fine-tune her technique.
Kershaw withdraws from Olympic men's 50km cross country skiing competition
According to Isaac Owusu of CBC Sports , Devon Kershaw of Sudbury, Ontario has withdrawn from the men's 50km cross country skiing mass start freestyle competition at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games on Sunday because of an illness.
Canadian connection to Olympic bronze medalist Kristin Stoermer Steira
According to Beckie Scott of CBC Sports on Saturday, there is a Canadian connection to Norwegian cross country skier and Olympic bronze medalist Kristin Stoermer Steira.
Kershaw gets another shot at Olympic medal
Devon Kershaw, Sudbury's cross-country skiing star, gets another shot at an Olympic medal Sunday when he takes part in the 50K Men's Mass Start Classic.
Alex Harvey, Devon Kershaw look to salvage disappointing Olympics
Alex Harvey, right, and Devon Kershaw went 1-2 on a recent Tour de Ski event. It's down to the team sprint for Canada to make a statement in cross-country skiing after a Sochi Olympics to forget through 12 days.
The Toronto Star
While you were sleeping: Day 7 in Sochi
Not that it's all downhill from here. Actually, some of the downhill events were postponed because of the unseasonably warm weather in Sochi.
Alex Harvey qualifies for men's cross-country sprint quarters
Canada's Alex Harvey advanced comfortably for the quarter-finals of the men's cross-country sprint at the Sochi Olympics on Tuesday, qualifying in 19th place.
Globe and Mail
Why are elite athletes able to speed up when they see the finish line?
Germany's Tobias Angerer and Canada's Devon Kershaw cross the finish line at the men's 50 km mass start classic cross-country final at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics in Whistler, British Columbia, February 28, 2010.
Sudbury's Olympic banner heading to Sochi
"Right in front of the Bolshoy Ice Dome this afternoon," Sudbury Olympian Rebecca Johnston wrote when she tweeted this picture Feb. 3. When they head to the Sochi Olympics next week, Johnston's parents will bring a banner covered in signatures from Sudburians supporting her and the city's other Olympians -- Meagan Duhamel and Devon Kershaw.